Calendar of Events

Each month, we present a program of interest to our members and their guests. This page contains a list of upcoming programs including the speaker, topic, and sponsor(s). For more information about any program or to suggest a topic that might be of interest to our members, please contact our Speakers Committee via email at . Each attendee must RSVP online at least one week prior to the next scheduled meeting.

Sponsorship Information: One or two sponsors provide lunch for approximately 80-100 attendees and are allowed 10 minutes to talk about their agency / business (5 minutes each if there are two sponsors). If you are interested in being a lunch sponsor, please contact our Sponsors Committee via email at . If you have signed up to be a sponsor, please click here to pay for your sponsorship online.

Speaker Information: One or more speakers present "generic" information about a topic for approximately 45 minutes. Speakers do not promote their own services or products.

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May 19 2016

Keri Stewart

Speaker

Keri Stewart, Results for Business

Keri Stewart, owner of Results4Business, is an engaging, interactive facilitator and presenter. She weaves life stories, includes hands-on lessons, and includes a variety of take-away points to make the class materials relevant, fun and memorable. An expert in Strategic Planning, UPFRONT presentations, leadership, and communication, Keri is regularly requested as a keynote speaker, and hired by companies to train, coach and develop employee skills in these vital areas. Expect to enjoy yourself. We are fortunate to have her!

Topic

The Power of NO!
NO is a very powerful word! In fact, most of us don’t say it frequently enough, and/or with enough conviction. We are YES machines and relinquish our personal power by not respecting our OWN boundaries. What’s the evidence? WE set boundaries, WE compromise them and WE wonder why we aren’t as productive as we should have been, can’t get it all done and are tired. In this presentation, we explore areas of our life that might prove more fruitful and fulfilling if we only gave ourselves permission to say NO. WIIFM (What’s in it For Me?): Discovering what part of the problem WE are; when we are overbooked, exhausted and spread too thin - who is to blame?

Sponsor

Alzheimer’s Association & The Center of Ageless Living

June 16, 2016

Speaker

TBD

Topic

TBD

Sponsor

TBD